Utterly unimpressed by the spectacle of music as staged by labels, magazines and critics, Lol Coxhill generally played with anyone who asked. This promiscuity gave him a reputation as a "maverick" or even clown, but those with open ears heard incredibly advanced saxophonism, a musician capable of responding to everything around him whilst maintaining an unbroken melodic line, lyric and utopian. Originally broadcast on 12 November 2003, this show featured recordings of Lol Coxhill and trombonist Sarah Gail Brand improvising together the night before at an Esemplastic Tuesday at the Royal College of Art hosted by Watson and Len Massey (who also played analogue synth). The music is leavened by readings from a political tract Watson wrote for Indeterminate! Communism, a conference held in Frankfurt-am-Main the previous Saturday.